The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has hired more than 120 workers in the last few weeks to help local public health departments track down people who may have been exposed to COVID-19 on Election Day.
Police shut down a Wisconsin church service after a neighbor reported the church was violating the state's stay-home order. It wasn't, but the incident reveals that some friction still exists as religious communities seek to adapt to new restrictions.
"I only leave the house now to take out the garbage," said Devonta Hymes from his home on Milwaukee's north side. The Washington High School senior's caution comes from an up close and personal view of COVID-19.